We are trying to improve the Google functioning of some local news site(Custom built with PHP, no WordPress or anything like it).
Currently there are 3 versions for each page: desktop, mobile and AMP(all sit on the same domain).
Both the desktop and mobile pages have have rel="amphtml" pointing to the AMP version.
Both The AMP and mobile versions have rel="canonical" pointing to the desktop version.
- Is there a need for a normal mobile page, when we have AMP? Can this create some kind of "redundancy"?
- In the case of having a mobile page, should the AMP's "canonical" point to the desktop, or the mobile one?
Any clarification would be greatly appreciated.